Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday (WW) is a visual blogosphere phenomenon.

WW is a simple blog post featuring a photo which conveys a message that speaks for itself without using words.

This ancient statue carved out of a cliff face is 233 feet tall and was built between 713 and 803.

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46 comments:

  1. That is a huge one! Makes one looks so small looking up. Have a beautiful day!

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    1. I'd never seen this before. I thought it was amazing. :)

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  2. Wow, that quite a statue. Great picture.. Sandee, you and Zane have a terrific day.

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    1. It sure is, Marg. What a lot of work carving this out of the side of a mountain. :)

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    1. I agree. Avery amazing. :)

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  4. Wow the world is full of so many cool things. I need to show this to my kids now :)

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    1. It sure is. We just need to look around and enjoy so many amazing things around the world. :)

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  5. Marvelous!
    have a great day!

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    1. You have a great day too, my friend. :)

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  6. Magnificent! I love the colours, too! Have a fantastic day, dear Sandee! Big hugs. :)

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    1. You have a fantastic day too, Linda. Big hugs back. :)

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  7. He had better get active. Moss is growing under his feet.

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    1. That moss has been growing under his feet for centuries. :)

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  8. What a good angle that is ...and LOL @ above comment :-p

    Have a mosstastic WWS :-f

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    1. I love Kismet's snarky sense of humor. :)

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  9. Wow - that is amazing! Can you imagine all the time and effort that went into creating it?

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    1. No, I can't but it must be huge to do this way back then. :)

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    1. I thought it was amazing too, Alex. :)

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  11. So very cool and amazing. Lovely

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    1. So many amazing things done the hard way. Such talent. :)

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  12. that is as impressive as the pyramids.

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    1. I agree, although the pyramids needed far more labor I think. :)

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  13. that is full of beautiful color I have always wanted to learn about buddhism just curious

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    1. It is a wonderful thing to learn about, Louise. :)

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  14. Quite lovely and unique. Fortunately those who would rewrite history such as the Taliban, ISIS and even some American groups did not have access to this statue.

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    1. Yes, many want to alter history and try as you might you can't change what has already happened. :)

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  15. Holy smokes! I have never ever seen anything quite this! Wow. Have a lovely day with your sweetie pie!

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    1. I'd not seen this before I found it either. I thought it was amazingly beautiful. :)

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  16. Wow! It took amazing work to do this!

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    1. It sure did and done by some very talented artisans. :)

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  17. Oh my stinkin' coolness! Where did you find that one? It rocks!

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    1. Check the link to the photograph. That's where I found this. :)

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  18. I had no idea this existed! Incredible!

    It's sunny and going to be 80 here today! Hope you're getting great weather in So Cal too!

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    1. I didn't either, until I found this. Good for your great weather. It's supposed to be 94 degrees here, but it's going to cool down this weekend. :)

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  19. Wow that's pretty amazing. I don't think I've ever seen pictures of this before

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    1. I know I've not seen it before. It's quite an amazing creation. :)

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  20. I've been there and the picture is more impressive than real life.

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    1. Well, something that old would be hard to keep pristine. :)

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    1. Exactly, Binky, exactly. :)

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  22. Wow this is beautiful, breathtaking and absolutely stunning. I hope to get to China sometime soon. :) I can't believe it's already Wednesday Sandee, the weekend is almost here.

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    1. It's almost the weekend for sure. We're heading to the boat this afternoon for the weekend. Getting some cleaning done and changing the isinglass for screens. Summer is coming. :)

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  23. Amazing shot.Where was this picture taken? Just breathtaking.
    Have a great Thursday Sandee & Zane. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Leshan, China, Paul. It is an amazing shot and an engineering wonder as well. :)

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